ICSI - intracytoplasmic sperm injection

"ICSI means that the egg is microinjected with sperm and then placed in an incubator."

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Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, also called ICSI, is the microinjection of sperm into one egg. The method can be used in cases of low sperm quality or motility.

After the eggs are retrieved from the woman, the sperm are injected directly into the egg and placed in an incubator.

At Klinikk Hausken, all fertilised eggs are placed in a time-lapse incubator (EmbryoScope , Geri and Eeva). This is a revolutionary piece of equipment that allows us to film the embryos throughout the cell division. Our embryologists can then select the best embryo to be returned.

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